KWAZULU NATAL| SOUTH COAST | GOLF ESTATE
A sophisticated haven of relaxation, nestled in the heart of the lush and tranquil South Coast.
Beautifully restored Selborne Golf Estate, Hotel and Spa now offers a championship golf course, fine dining, world-class spa, conferencing and premium accommodation.
Selborne Golf Estate, Hotel and Spa is proudly managed by First Group. Our 18-hole world-class golf course offers challenging play through the stunning coastal forest. Enjoy pure indulgence at our spa, with more than 30 luxurious therapies available – from classic to contemporary massages, facial therapies and nail treatments.
At Selborne Hotel we offer a range of delightful dining options, from The Lord Selborne Restaurant, to light meals on The Terrace, and the convivial atmosphere of Barker’s Bar. Selborne is the perfect location for an unforgettable wedding celebration, with a quaint chapel, delightful accommodation, excellent catering and four elegant reception venues.
Our rooms feature patios and balconies, electronic laptop-sized safes, LED TV with selected DSTV channels, air-conditioning and beautiful ceiling fans, luxury turn-down service, spacious bathroom with separate shower and bath facilities, coffee & tea making facilities, fully stocked minibar, in-room dining, pillow menu, bath menu and Golf Clubhouse lockers.
Golf at Selbourne
Our most prominent feature and prized offering is our world-class 18-hole, par 72 golf course. The course has been masterfully crafted to offer a challenging round, while golfers can take in unhindered sea vistas at nearly every hole of this exemplary course. Its beauty has been compared to that of Augusta, and the challenges that may be found here have been the downfall of many players during the Sunshine Tour.
La Vita Spa
Treat yourself and a loved one to our truly rapturous La Vita spa therapies such as exotic facials, Swiss body wraps and non-surgical facelifts in the capable hands of welcoming and highly professional staff.
Experience the grandeur of gentler times at this prestigious Hotel, where some of the fine oak panelling, window panes and flooring originally imported from England are still in evidence.